The official Evernote app for iOS now allows you to mark up images, PDFs, and notes thanks to the Skitch integration added in its latest update today. The release also brings shortcuts, recent notes, the ability to submit support requests, and more.
Evernote’s Mac app got Skitch integration just last week, and we had hoped it would come to iOS, too — though we didn’t expect to see it so soon. With Stick built-in, you can annotate and mark up images, PDF documents, and notes on the fly — directly within Evernote.
In addition to this, the new update adds support for shortcuts, which will sync across all of your Evernote-connected devices (where supported). It also allows you to view recent notes from the bottom of any note, while Evernote Premium subscribers will see related notes as well.
There’s a new Announcements section where you can get the latest news and updates from Evernote, and if you’re having trouble with the app or your Evernote account, you can now submit a support request from directly within the app.
The latest version of Evernote for iOS is available to download from the App Store now, and as always, it’s completely free.
Source: App Store